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Who is true Indian in fact?

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Asked by Vanita, 22 May '10 08:54 am
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I am a true indian any doubt ?
Answered by Gopakumar, 22 May '10 09:15 am

 
  
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True Indian is a co rediffian.
Answered by hitler, 22 May '10 09:11 am

 
  
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Who sacrifice for India and friend
Answered by Friend, 24 May '10 07:52 am

 
  
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So many leaders talk at length about nationalism, patriotism etc and portray themselves God sent to protect India and to unite India, ironically.
I just wanted to know how many of these so called patriots really respect India in letter and spirit and decided to visit the Home Page of their website.
First I visited the website of Shiv Sena http://www.shivsena.org/. It had the photo of a roaring tiger, an old fox and a sick cat. It had nothing on India, no India map, no national flag, no Gandhiji photo. Sorry, they dont believe in non-violence.
Then I visited the website of VHP http://www.vhp.org/. It had the OM Emblem, photo of Lord Rama and other Hindu Gods. Nothing to bewail.
Then I visited the website of so called guardians of India http://www.rss.org/. I spent a lot of time to identify something that symbolizes India. Definitely something should be there because they talk so much about India, Indian culture, respecting Indian flag, akanda Bharath, so on and so forth. I could ...more
Answered by Dinesh Manaktala, 22 May '10 09:16 am

 
  
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